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Special accessBy boat only
Wave qualityWorld Class
BottomReef (coral, sharp rocks etc..)
PowerHollow, Fast, Powerful
Normal lengthNormal (50 to 150m)
Good day lengthLong (150 to 300 m)
Good swell directionSouthWest, South
Good wind directionNorthWest, West, SouthWest
Swell sizeStarts working at 1.0m-1.5m / 3ft-5ft and holds up to 2m+ / 6ft+
Best tide positionMid tide
Best tide movement
Some several hundred metres of perpetual motion. Do'o is sheer and fast and can be very fickle.Claimed to be the longest right hander in Indonesian archipeligo. Some several hundred metres of perpetual motion. Do'o is sheer and fast and can be very fickle.
Good long barrels when the swell has a bit of size, as will only be about one-third to half size of T Land.
Sucky takeoff and wedging barrels as it wraps around the island.
Experienced only. Low tide far too shallow, so come on a rising tide. Doesnt handle SE trade winds.
Excellent sucky barrels, but needs some swell size and direction, and doesnt handle SE trade winds at all. Better off season or shoulder season, or very early in morning.
By Anonymous , 12-11-2015
rarely works properly but a very good wave - Needs a bit of size, and preferably some south in the swell to work properly, it will only be about 1/3 to half as big as T land.
I surfed it only once at about 3 to 5 foot faces, with a bit more size and a higher tide would have been better. It's quite shallow.
A difficult, very sucky takeoff, then walls up and tubes for about 120-150m or so. It wasn't super long by any means, but on big days perhaps it breaks further out to sea and up the reef a bit. You could see the long walls coming from some distance, so perhaps it breaks further out to sea when big.
It wedges back in on you down the line, as it wraps heavily around the side of the island. You can get the odd backdoor barrel this way.
I reckon high tide is safer, as it's quite shallow.
It lines up well and barrels, and so I can see from the rumors it can get world class in the right conditions, but the trade winds do blow out it out quickly.
By mas_rama , 27-04-2007
Correction WEST TIMOR is part of Indonesia. - Correction you my son,you must learn some history, Timor is divided into two parts West Timor and East timor West Timor is part of Indonesia, East Timor is Independent.
By Anonymous , 29-01-2007
TIMOR IT'S NOT INDONISEA - TIMOR It's a independente contry you must learn some history, OK. They hate indonisian...
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